Get away from the unceasing hassle of the city and dive into the exploration of the Ligurian coast. Our Cinque Terre and Portovenere experience are one of the most captivating day tours from Siena. With us, you will visit the picturesque Ligurian paradise of five villages that sit suspended on cliffs with breathtaking views of the sea.
First, you will travel to a small port town, Portovenere. This village is beloved for the perfect equilibrium between its lovely rustic architecture and natural surroundings. Next, you will continue by a boat or train (depending on the season) through the Cinque Terre National Park; It's a perfect time to take stunning pictures for your gallery! Afterward, you will move on to the village of Manarola and then, Vernazza crouching under the protection of a Medieval castle. At last, you will reach your final destination, Monterosso. Also known as the Pearl of Cinque Terre, this centuries-old fishing village will pamper you with sandy beaches and lush green vegetation. After lunch, you will have free time to swim or explore Monterosso and even taste the local Limoncino Ligure in a quaint wine shop.
There are plenty of things to do in Tuscany. Hence, not exploring the region beyond Siena or Florence means missing out several spectacular experiences. If your heart is set on the seaside, day trips from Siena to Cinque Terre offer a great way to experience the Ligurian Coast.
Booking Day Tours from Siena to Cinque Terre with us will let you explore Tuscans picturesque coastline without losing your time with organizational details. No need to worry about searching for connections, purchasing the right kind of tickets, or finding your way around. We organize all the bits and pieces so that you can relax and immerse yourself in this little Ligurian paradise.
Besides all that, our expert multilingual escorts will guide you every step of the way and offer a helping hand when necessary. Plus, if you are curious to learn more, they are always delighted to answer all your questions!
Cinque Terre is one of the top destinations for its crystal clear waters but also hiking trails and gastronomic delicacies. Still, Cinque Terre is not as mainstream as Florence for instance, which makes it a great haven to relieve you of tourist masses. Its popularity only started growing in the 60s. Until that time, the villages lived their secluded fishing life, away from the hustle and bustle of the world.
No worries though, the impact of increased tourist interest in the area is under careful control since Cinque Terre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as forms part of the National Park of Cinque Terre since 1999.
From a political perspective, Cinque Terre never had a significant role. For the most part of history, the zone quietly accepted external political rulings of stronger players such as Pisa or Genoa. In other words, Cinque Terre is home to peaceful fishermen and farmers.
If you feel like escaping the reality, book one of our day trip from Siena to Cinque Terre today! Take a trip to a tiny paradise on earth!